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8 Things I Regretted About My Japan Visit (And How You Can Enjoy Your Time Better!)

Now more than ever, the number of people who decide to spend time in Japan is dramatically increasing. More and more new travelers head to the Land …

Japan

After spending 5 years studying millionaires, I've found that there are 3 types of people who end up the wealthiest

Over a nearly four-year period, I interviewed 233 wealthy individuals. During these interviews I asked each rich person 144 questions. It took me another 18 months to summarize and analyze their responses. In an effort to share my research I've written several books sharing their habits, thinking, …

Study Skills

Every Tiny Speck of Light in This Image Is a Galaxy

To help us grok the immensity of the cosmos, the European Space Agency has released a remarkable image of space in which every point is an entire …

Universe

The One Reason Why You're Not Losing Weight is Simpler Than You'd Think

Just because you’re working your butt off in the gym, sweating profusely, gasping for oxygen, experiencing all the post-workout soreness and seeing your weight dramatically decrease, doesn’t mean you’re burning fat. Yes, the truth really hurts, even more than your muscles do after a week at the gym.<p>…

Body Fat

Scared by Facebook? Wait Till Millennials Are Selling Their Data

Alice Liogier wants to slap a price on her data.<p>The 23-year-old graduate student from Paris is researching the commercial use of personal information …

Watch Life on the Streets of Tokyo in Footage Recorded in 1913: Caught Between the Traditional and the Modern

What cities have, over the past century, defined in our imaginations the very concept of the city? Obvious choices include New York and London, and …

These Videophones From the Future Past Are Cooler Than Your iPhone's FaceTime!

Can you even remember what life was like before video technologies like FaceTime or Skype? Out of all of the fantastic tech that the Internet has …

The best things you can do in Tokyo, according to Anthony Bourdain

It's no secret, Tokyo is one of Anthony Bourdain's favorite cities. "I'm endlessly fascinated," he says. "I've been many times and it's still thrilling."<p>And this year, it's one of MONEY's favorites as well, ranking #1 for the international city that delivers Americans the best bang for their buck, …

Japan

From Shinjuku to Shibuya: 10 places you need to visit in Tokyo

<b>Japan’s capital, Tokyo, is a bucket-list location for many people.</b><p>It certainly was for me too.<p>The mix of tradition and youth culture in the city, …

Japan

The 'Roomba of toilets' exists only to clean your skid marks

Cleaning the toilet bowl is not for the faint of heart. One must usually brave the strong chemicals of cleaning products while wielding a sloppy, germ-infested toilet brush to get the job done.<p>Now, two Haifa-based Israeli entrepreneurs have taken it upon themselves to help people take action …

Cleaning

This Awesome Periodic Table Tells You How to Actually Use All Those Elements

Americium could save your life.<p>Thanks to high school, we've all got a pretty good idea about what's on the periodic table.<p>But whether you're looking …

The Forgotten Corners of Japan, in Photos

In 2006, the Australian photographer Damien Drew traveled to Shima Onsen in Gunma Prefecture, Japan, to find a sleepy silence had settled over the …

Japan's freelancers go rogue, shun salaryman tradition

Japan's economy could benefit from a reform of its strict working culture. Now a growing band of Japanese are breaking with tradition and embracing a …

Design Your Own Games on Playable NES Cartridges, Promises NESmaker

Are you ready to NEStify?<p>NESmaker stopped by the IGN office with an NES development kit -- an unusual occurrence in 2018 -- and asked us to pitch a …

This Is Where Airplanes Go When They Retire

To bring you the best content on our sites and applications, Meredith partners with third party advertisers to serve digital ads, including …

Digital Advertising

How to Find the Best Discount Business Class Flights

Premium class perks — from lie-flat seats to swanky airport lounges to unlimited complimentary cocktails — may seem out of reach for many travelers. …

Air Travel

Warren Buffett Says This 1 Simple Habit Separates Successful People From Everyone Else

The 87-year-old chairman and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway once gave us a breakthrough principle of taking charge of one's life. Let's revisit it.<p>Billionaire Warren Buffett, the chairman and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway, is 87 years old and still capturing the world's attention as the second richest …

Winter Time in Ginzan Onsen (Hot Spring) and around Japan

Seeing images from Ginzan Onsen made me miss Japan pretty badly, especially during this time of year. Being from Canada, winter tends rightfully cold …

Quantum computing is going to change the world. Here's what this means for you.

by Alexandra Ossola January 8, 2018 Robots & Machines 42421<p>The science and tech world has been abuzz about quantum computers for years, but the …

Quantum Computing

15 of the best science podcasts that will make you smarter

Podcasts are more popular every year, which means there's a wealth of audio storytelling to listen to — and many options to choose from.<p>We're here to help.<p>Whether you need something to listen to on your commute or just want a brain-boost while you pick up around the house, you can always trust a …

Science

Why Early Morning Flights Are The Best Flights

Next time you go to book a flight you might want to look at the early-morning options first. Getting out of bed to make that 6am might be a struggle, …

The Ainu Are Japan's Indigenous People

Japan has a reputation for being about as homogenous as a country can be. But the people who would eventually become the Japanese weren't always from …

Japan

7 Onsen in Kanto Where Men and Women Can Bathe Together

With Japan being a highly volcanic island, the Japanese have harnessed and perfected the art of <i>onsen</i>, or <i>hot springs</i>, for centuries. Traditionally, …

Japan

Dennis Banks, American Indian activist who helped lead Wounded Knee occupation, dies at 80

Dennis Banks, a co-founder of the American Indian Movement and a leader of the 1973 Wounded Knee occupation, has died, his family said Monday. He was 80.<p>Banks was one of several activists who founded the American Indian Movement in Minneapolis in 1968, and he was a leader of AIM's armed takeover of …

Something out of science-fiction: A short history of Dragon’s Lair

The game that wouldn’t die<p>Depending on when you were born, you might not remember <i>Dragon’s Lair</i> at all.<p>One of the very first hand-drawn video games has a stellar pedigree, and a startlingly long life, despite the fact that most people agree it’s not actually fun to play.<p><i>Dragon’s Lair</i> is a brutally …

Japan’s Second City: The Only Osaka Travel Guide You’ll Ever Need

Tokyo may be Japan’s biggest, busiest city, but Osaka is its most vivacious. With a population of 2.7 million, it’s the second largest city in Japan …

NASA sent Scott Kelly to space for a year, and 7% of his genes are now expressed differently than those of his identical twin Mark

When NASA astronaut Scott Kelly stood up last March after spending a year in space, he was two inches taller than his identical twin brother Mark.<p>The engineer and veteran of four space flights is part of a long-term NASA study that aims to figure out how being in space changes our bodies and brains.<p>…

Genetics

7 Surprising Things Ultra Successful People Do Differently

If there were a way for you to multiply your odds of being successful, would you do it?<p>Experts tell us that if we want to be in the best position to succeed, we need to come at it from all angles: mentally, physically, and emotionally. One will not work without the others, and with all three in …